Love this math assessment--for the beginning of the year and along the way to see how students are progressing!
In the first weeks of school, it is valuable to have tools to quickly assess your students’ skills. The information I get from these math assessments informs my instructional planning and tells me which students are going to need more support right from the beginning!
Use the Quick Math Assessment at the beginning of the year to quickly find out which math computation skills students have learned and what they need to learn next—to make progress toward meeting basic operations standards. Use it again later in the fall and the winter to monitor progress and in the spring as a post-test. Record a student’s scores for each assessment period on the Quick Math Assessment Summary page--to view progress.
Includes assessments for four operations that move from simple to complex algorithms:
• Addition assessment page (15 problems)
• Subtraction assessment page (15 problems)
• Multiplication assessment page (15 problems)
• Division assessment page (15 problems)
Includes math facts fluency mastery tests:
• Addition (100 problems/4 minutes)
• Subtraction (100 problems/4 minutes)
• Multiplication (100 problems/4 minutes)
• Division (100 problems/4 minutes)